Neptune is still working on a final strap design
The Neptune Pine is large for a wristwatch, but this helps enable a smoother interface
Neptune has exceeded its Kickstarter goal and plans to get Pine smartwatches shipping next month
The Neptune Pine can make phone calls, browse the Web, send emails, etc.
The Neptune Pine watch has a 2.4-in touchscreen
The available helmet mount turns the Pine into a wearable camera
The Pine has front- and rear-facing cameras
The Neptune Pine lets users flip their wrist and check a lot more than just the time
The Pine removes from the strap for two-thumb typing
The Neptune Pine lets users watch videos on a 2.4-inch QVGA (320 x 240) display
When we covered the Neptune Pine watch earlier this year, our first thought was that it looked like the smartwatch that tech lovers have been waiting for. That was immediately followed by a second thought – is this set of rough renderings ever going to lead to an actual watch we can buy? It hasn't happened quite yet, but things are moving in the right direction. Neptune has developed a working prototype and launched a Kickstarter campaign that has attracted a half-million dollars in pledges in just over two weeks.
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